NFL Week 7 Betting Odds and Predictions: Lines, Expert Picks for Every Game

Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff passes against the Denver Broncos in the third quarter of a game at Broncos Stadium at Mile High on October 14, 2018, in Denver, Colorado. The Rams will try to maintain their perfect record in Week 7 of the NFL season against the San Francisco 49ers. Dustin Bradford/Getty Images

With six weeks of the 2018-19 NFL season completed, just one perfect still has an unblemished record: the Los Angeles Rams.

L.A. beat the Denver Broncos last week to improve to 6-0 thanks, in large part, to a dominant performance from running back Todd Gurley. He trampled over Denver for 208 yards and two touchdowns, a performance he earned him NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors. Gurley made sure to credit his offensive line in post-game comments, but his teammates know how valuable he is.

"You know they're gonna have a hard time stopping the run," quarterback Jared Goff said about the Broncos, via ESPN. "And today we were able to run on them. It's a testament to up front what they are able to do, and then Todd just being the guy he is, it's no different. He's the same guy every week, and today we got to see it in full force."

The 49ers, meanwhile, have had a rough go of it this year. They're 1-6. It might be a tall task, asking San Francisco—which lost starting QB Jimmy Garoppolo to injury early in the season—to beat L.A. To make matters worse, they're coming off fourth quarter collapse last week that ended in a loss to the Green Bay Packers on Monday night.

"You get back here and it hurts a little bit today, but the good thing is, you've got to move on faster," Coach Kyle Shanahan said about the loss to the Packers, via ESPN. "There's no time to sit here and sulk. We've got a good team coming here on Sunday, and yeah, we've got to put this [Green Bay game] to bed, which is tough because we know we let one get away that I feel we played good enough to win. We didn't get it done at the end. ... The only thing that can change how we feel is trying to find a way to win on Sunday. The only way we can do that is by getting back to work."

Here's all the gambling info you'll need for Rams vs. 49ers as well as predictions for every game in Week 7. Odds are from Odds Shark (and Bovada if the lines moved) and predictions—which are straight up and not against the spread—are from SB Nation, Sportning News and CBS.

Thursday, October 18

-Denver Broncos at Arizona Cardinals: Denver -1.5; Four of seven SB Nation experts picked Arizona. CBS picked Arizona. Sporting News picked Arizona.

Sunday, October 21

-Tennessee Titans at L.A. Chargers: L.A. -7; Every SB Nation expert picked L.A. as did CBS and Sporting News.

-New England Patriots at Chicago Bears: New England -3.5; Every SB Nation expert picked New England as did CBS and Sporting News.

-Cleveland Browns at Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tampa -3; Four of seven SB Nation experts picked Cleveland. CBS picked Tampa. Sporting News picked Cleveland.

-Carolina Panthers at Philadelphia Eagles: Philly -5; Six of seven SB Nation experts picked Philly. CBS picked Philly. Sporting News picked Philly.

-Minnesota Vikings at New York Jets: Minnesota -3.5; Every SB Nation expert picked Minnesota. CBS picked the Jets. Sporting News picked the Jets.

-Detroit Lions at Miami Dolphins: line was off the board at some places and at about Detroit -2.5 elsewhere amid injury concerns for Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill; Four of seven SB Nation experts picked Detroit; CBS picked Detroit. Sporting News picked Miami.

-Buffalo Bills at Indianapolis Colts: Indianapolis -7.5; Six of seven SB Nation experts picked the Colts. CBS picked Indianapolis. Sporting News picked Indianapolis.

-Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars: Jacksonville -5; Six of seven SB Nation experts picked Jacksonville. CBS picked the Jags. Sporting News picked Houston.

-New Orleans Saints at Baltimore Ravens: Baltimore -2.5; Four of seven SB Nation experts picked the Saints. CBS picked the Ravens. Sporting News picked the Ravens.

-Dallas Cowboys at Washington: Washington -1.5; Four of seven SB Nation experts picked Washington. CBS picked Dallas. Sporting News picked Washington.

-L.A. Rams at San Francisco 49ers: L.A. -10; Every SB Nation picked the Rams as did CBS and Sporting News.

-Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs: Kansas City -6; Six of seven SB Nation experts picked the Chiefs. CBS picked Kansas City. Sporting News picked Kansas City.

Monday, October 22

-New York Giants at Atlanta Falcons: Atlanta -6; Six of seven SB Nation experts picked Atlanta. CBS picked Atlanta. Sporting News picked the Giants.